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My friend, Kate Carruthers, has a great blog post up in which she draws the analogy between those touting social networks as the next great place to make money and the Bible story of Jesus and the money-changers. She says: I hate this approach to social...

On 21 May 2009, APSC Commissioner, Lynelle Briggs gave a speech to the John Curtin Institute of Public Policy. Entitled All those who stand and wait—putting citizens at the centre, the speech raises some vitally important issues on open government and engagement with the public....

One of the best events I attended in 2008 was the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston. It was full of detailed, real case studies, a well-managed minimum of vendor pitches (except where they were noted as such) and several hundred smart people I managed to meet...

At the recent BarCamp Canberra 2, there was some discussion about the US Government 2.0 Camp. "We should do one ourselves," seemed the general consensus, so we decided to make it happen. In the meantime, technology and Open Government savvy ACT Senator, Kate Lundy began her...

Not the way I would have put it, and not much to show for a 30 minute phone interview that dug quite deep, but The Australian's Lara Sinclair has done a decent look at brand monitoring being done by Australian companies online. I get a couple...